The remix album features tracks from disc one of the original 'True Colours' album, which was released in 2002 through Hospital Records.
All the tracks are reworked by some of the biggest names in the drum 'n' bass scene today.
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Sounds found from across the drum 'n' bass genre can be seen in this album, from jungle, to rollers, to deep bass.
Expect some garage influence in the Flava D remixed version of titular track 'True Colours', all while hearing chilling crawler 'Remember When' - remixed by Winslow, and the jungle-infused version of 'Amen Sister' by Digital.
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On April 23, Record Store Day, High Contrast released a vinyl reissue of 2002's 'True Colours' to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album.
The original 'True Colours' released in 2002 launched High Contrast to success. The 23-track album has gone down in drum 'n' bass history and each track showed different sides to High Contrast's own varied taste - from disco influence coming through on 'Passion', while 'Make It Tonight' has a more soulful sound.
You can buy and stream the 'True Colours' remix album here.
See the full tracklist for the 'True Colours' remix album here:
Return Of Forever - Camo & Krooked & Mefjus Remix
True Colours - Flava D Remix
Global Love - Marky Remix
Exposé - Artificial Intelligence Remix
Passion - BOP Remix
Make It Tonight - High Contrast VIP Remix
Music Is Everything - Pola & Bryson Remix
Remember When - Winslow Remix
Savoir Faire - Logistics Remix
Mermaid Scar - Samurai Breaks & Neve Remix
Amen Sister - Digital Remix
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